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Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by WI Short Scaler, Dec 21, 2018.
....how to communicate negative performance notes to our guitarist friends in a friendly manner.
I like microtones, I'll try that with my guitarist.
You speak to guitar players?
I would speak to our guitarist but he wouldn't be able to hear me over the excellence of his fortissimo passages.
The Gb hits very close to home. Most guitarists I know have serious trouble with flat keys.
he probably cant hear anything anyway
Hi WI Short Scaler
When you hear him performing, you have to get a louder amp!
Slowly, usually using words with 4 letters.
I talk very little to them
'To'...maybe, it gets difficult when attempting the 'with'.( Sorry, I had to...)
We could say the tritone of C instead of Gb to even more confuse guitarists.
I wouldn't try any of this crap with my guitar player. He reads well enough to play classical pieces and was a studio player in Nashville many years ago. He still can be a bit of a prima donna.
"Does your amp have an under-drive channel?"
Have Huey Lewis say this to the guitarist.................
Yeah, slowly and no big words. Hire a spokesmodel to deliver the message of “playing at a lower volume, in tune and in time, gets me so hot....”
"Dude, that's where I stand. Please move your awesome Line6 Spider over. BTW, the metal tones you're getting out of that thing rule!"
Can’t we pick something from the left to say to them, but use something from the right when speaking to their egos?
What's up with that anyways? I've played with a few in Eb and they'd insist it's D#. You almost *never* see this in standard notation, but then again a vast majority of guitar players can't read music either